Due to COVID-19, all in-person programming is on hiatus at this time. Our education activities continue online through weekly Songwriter Sessions and family programs. A wealth of live performances, interviews, and other programs are available for viewing 24/7. Visit our Watch & Listen page, search our video and podcast archives, and continue to tune in with Museum From Home.
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Interested in discovering more about the world of country music? Learn about our programs, including live performances, interviews, lectures, films, and hands-on art and music-making activities. Visit the calendar for dates.
The galleries offer a jumping point for country music's stories, which continue through Special Programs: rare interviews, panel discussions, performances, and more, meant to illuminate and expand the country-music conversation.
Each year, this forum honors a music industry leader who exemplifies the trail blazed by pioneer Louise Scruggs, the first woman in country music to book and manage a major star.
Public Program Funders
Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation